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Fast Food Differences Across the World

McDonald's Breakfast in the U.S.

Probably the breakfast you're most used to seeing, U.S. McDonald's breakfasts include biscuits, hashbrowns, pancakes, and McMuffins. All delicious and all iconic fast-food breakfasts.

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McDonald's Breakfast in Hong Kong

In Hong Kong, breakfast at McDonald's can include a few different bowls of pasta called "twisty pasta." These pastas usually feature an egg, either chicken or tonkotsu (pork bone) broth, and assorted greens.

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McDonald's Breakfast in Egypt

In Egypt, McDonald's can include a McFalafel meal which totes falafel in a tortilla wrap with onion, pickles, tomatoes, lettuce, and tahini sauce.

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Taco Bell Desserts in the U.S.

When you think of Taco Bell, you usually don't think about dessert, but we assure you that this fast-food favorite definitely has them. However, most U.S. locations only offer two consistent options for desserts: cinnamon twists and Cinnabon delights.

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Taco Bell Desserts in Spain

In Spain, Taco Bells sport a mini-dessert item known as the Chocomarsh that's kind of like a s'more. Except this s'more mixes up chocolate and marshmallow in a tortilla wrap.

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Taco Bell Desserts in Guatemala

Guatemalan Taco Bells offer a simple, yet delicious dessert that combines sweet and savory. The Baby Ruth Chocodilla is basically a tortilla with Babe Ruth candy and chocolate sauce in it. Sounds pretty good, right?

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Taco Bell Desserts in Cyprus

In the small island nation of Cyprus, the Taco Bells have a dessert that's made up of a banana coated with hazelnut and praline, wrapped in a tortilla, and sprinkled with colorful sprinkles.

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McDonald's Burgers in the U.S.

Most famous for the Big Mac, a giant burger with two beef patties, cheese, a McDonald’s “special sauce,” and lettuce squished between three buns, it’s hard to imagine anything better.

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McDonald's Burgers in Greece

Known as the Greek Mac, this "burger" is actually a pita filled with two burger patties, onion, tomato, lettuce, and white yogurt sauce.

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McDonald's Burgers in Turkey

Turkey McDonald's offers the Maxburger, known for its spicy tomatoes and yogurt sauce.

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McDonald's Burgers in Australia

In Australia, the Macca's (what they call McDonald's in the down under) serve a massive burger called the Aussie Angus' n' Egg. The Angus' n' Egg is made up of Angus beef, barbecue sauce, thin bacon, and a fried egg, topped with caramelized onion, lettuce, tomato, cheese, and beef.

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McDonald's Burgers in South Korea

Some South Korean McDonald's restaurants offer a Subway-like ability to build burgers with certain ingredients. One predesigned selection is called the Jalapeno Onion Burger made with Angus beef, fried jalapeno peppers, sour cream, onions, and a jalapeno salsa sauce.

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Dunkin' Donuts in the U.S.

Who doesn't love a good donut for breakfast? Dunkin’ Donuts has plenty of options to choose from for your morning: vanilla frosting and sprinkles, Boston cream, blueberry, strawberry, and a variety of other flavors, you’ll never run out of things to try.

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Dunkin' Donuts in China

In China, Dunkin' Donuts offers a seaweed and dried pork donut in this salty-sweet cross.

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Dunkin' Donuts in Singapore

Singapore Dunkin' Donuts has a few surprises like wasabi cheese and seaweed flavored donuts.

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Dunkin' Donuts in Korea

South Korean Dunkin' Donuts have taken a new spin on a renowned country dish with the Kimchi Donut. The donut is filled with kimchi, obviously, which is salted and fermented vegetables (mostly cabbage). 

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McDonald's French Fries in the U.S.

A true icon in the fast-food industry, McDonald’s french fries are salty goodness that couldn't be improved upon. At least, not until you add some ketchup or mustard to lend your fries a little extra flavor.

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McDonald's French Fries in Australia

The Aussie Macca's have returned, but this time it's about the fries instead of the burgers. Australian McDonald's French Fries are served with salsa and guacamole.

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Taco Bell Burritos in the U.S.

Taco Bell is a staple in Mexican-inspired fast-food, the beefy five-layer burrito is one of America’s favorite Taco Bell meals. Featuring seasoned ground beef, grated cheddar cheese, sour cream, and refried beans all wrapped up in two flour tortillas with a layer of nacho cheese between both. We can definitely understand why it’s a U.S. favorite. Another favorite is the potato grillers--it's hard to pick which is the best. 

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Taco Bell Burritos in India

Indian Taco Bells provide their take on the famous chicken tikka masala dish. Wrapped in a grilled flour tortilla with chicken in a spicy, creamy sauce with onions, rice, and cilantro mix.

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Taco Bell Burrito in Japan

The Taco Bells in Japan are a bit more seafood themed. The Shrimp and Avocado Burrito is a popular Taco Bell dish that includes shrimp, avocado, salsa, lettuce, and wasabi mayonnaise.

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Burger King Burgers in the U.S.

Almost as iconic as McDonald's burgers, the Whopper from Burger King is a cult favorite among fast-food fans. Toting a whopping quarter pound of flame-grilled beef, tomatoes, onions, and pickles all snug between two sesame seed buns, it’s easy to see why everyone loves it so much.

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Burger King Burgers in Europe and Asia

Not exactly an actual burger, but the spicy bean veggie burger at various European and Asian Burger Kings is a fast-food favorite of vegetarians and vegans across the world.

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Burger King Burgers in Japan

Japan has a reputation for taking Western ideas and flipping them on their head. Burgers are included. Japanese Burger Kings have really upped the creative fast-food game with a nine-inch burger, and the Kuro burger that has buns and cheese colored black with bamboo charcoal.

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Pizza Hut Pizza in the U.S.

Looking for some gooey melted cheese, a warm buttered crust, and hundreds of different kinds of toppings to make an almost endless menu of pizzas? Pizza Hut’s got you covered.  One of the most popular fast-food pizza places in the United States with favorites like classic cheese, Italian meatball, the mozzarella stuffed crust, you’ve got your pick of favorites and the freedom to make something completely unique.

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Pizza Hut Pizza in New Zealand

It's hard not to love pizza and tater tots, but the Pizza Huts in New Zealand decided it would be a good idea to mix the two together. The tater tot crust pizza offered carbs upon carbs to the New Zealand public.

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Pizza Hut Pizza in the U.K.

Hot dogs and pizza aren't usually two things you'd put together, but Pizza Huts in the United Kingdom apparently thought pairing the two might be a good idea. In 2012, the Hot Dog Stuffed Crust Pizza was introduced to the public and came with your choice of Heinz ketchup or Heinz mustard.

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Pizza Hut Pizza in Japan

Known as the Cheeseburger Crown Crust Pizza, this Japanese Pizza Hut masterpiece is ambitious, to stay the least. The pizza is topped with beef, fresh tomatoes, lettuce, and a special sauce. The crust is the thing of note, however, with grilled mini cheeseburgers laid into "golden crown crusts."

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Pizza Hut Pizza in Malaysia

Finding ways to put a new spin on pizza can be hard, but the Pizza Huts in Malaysia found a way to do just that. Malaysian Pizza Huts created the squirting crust pizza, which shot out piping hot cheese sauce from the crust.

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Pizza Hut Pizza in Singapore

In Singapore, Pizza Huts have created a Double Decker Pizza. The base of the pizza is as ordinary as any other pizza with usual toppings like chicken, pepperoni, stuffed crust, and bell peppers, but the upper layer is what makes this pizza interesting. The pizza's top layer is a tortilla drizzled with mango mayonnaise and garnished with turkey ham.

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